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views. paul howard is senior fellow and director of the center for medical progress at the manhattan institute, a conservative policy research center. and ron pollock is executive director of families u.s.a. a health care consumer advocacy group which worked to help pass the law. and gentlemen, we welcome you both to the newshour. >> thank you. >> pelley: ron pollock, let me start with you: what's your reaction to this announcement from governor scott? >> i think it's a hallelujah moment. i think it's terrific. i think this means that we're going to see states all across the country, i think, follow what governor scott has done. as you aptly indicated, florida was the state that first went to court to challenge the constitutionality of the affordable care act. it was that case that went to the supreme court. so this is a big deal. and mind you, for floridians this is enormous, because if you've looked at the eligibility standards that exist today they're really meager for parents, for example, in a three-person family. they're ineligible for health coverage under medicaid if they hav
be an improvement. >> woodruff: i want to ask you about eligibility. paul howard, how do you see this decision by governor scott in florida? >> well, i think it's obviously a political decision on the part of the governor who's facing low approval ratings in the sta and trying to do something to elevate his stature and perhaps move to the center. i think it's a mixed bag for florida. you want to expand coverage to low income americans but florida as a whole spends about a third of its budget on medicaid. it's the largest expenditure and it's crowding out other spending on things like education and infrastructure. that's a story repeated across the country not just in republican or g.o.p. states like florida but in new york and illinois and california. so this is an ongoing challenge that it doesn't address and it will be a problem going forward. >> woodruff: paul howard, you said you think it was mostly done for political reasons. why do you say that? >> well, you have to governor facing reelection, as you noted, next year, with low approval ratings right now. he's also moved recently to give
technology. we have paul howard, senior fellow with the manhattan institute. dr. p, let me start with you, shocking. you're shocked, right? can't believe it? >> yeah, it is shocking. i do business in the state of virginia. so it is even more shocking that the state is making such a dramatic statement. you know we heard a lot of small employers up until now talk about how they're going to switch some of their folks to part time but the state of virginia has a lot of people especially in community colleges and teachers who are going to be affected by this. we're going to be now shifted to 29 hours. now unfortunately these employees, not only will be able to get health insurance but they're also going to obviously take a pay cut. melissa: right. >> and be able to pay for, you know, just survival. melissa: right. paul, i mean i guess what is shocking to me about this is that the government is making a sound financial decision. like they're weighing the options and they're sitting there, hey, look, if we cut back we don't have to pay this. so i guess in a way i'm surprised but not for the reas
are in the sequester. you have a weird unity between the rand pauls and howard deans who both, you know -- and i called it a liger last week, which is to say you don't see that beast very often that has the head of rand paul and the tail of howard dean, but this could be something that the outer elements of each party agree on. >> i think there's one thing that you are talking about, andrew, that i think is an important point that helps us thread the needle of why it is that while the vast majority of americans would prefer to be doing anything possible to increase the number of jobs and the take-home pay, washington is obsessed with the deficit, and that is that the business elite, a, they're not experiencing unemployment. they're not experiencing declining incomes. they're not having a hard time sending their kids to college or paying for child care. it's very difficult for them to actually see that something like, a, deficit reduction plan is better -- is in the worst interest of the country than something that they are pushing, which is obviously going to be deficit reduction as opposed to job crea
of a liger, a lion and tiger combined to make an animal we have never seen before. rand paul and howard dean agreeing that the sequester should go through because, hey, defense -- >> hadn't occurred to me in quite those terms, but, yes, i suppose it could be a liger. >> there have always been contingent of liberal democrats that have wanted to go after the pentagon because its budget has grown enormously since 9/11. what you haven't had is a kind of republican analog. there have been a few people here, walter jones, congressman in north carolina, ron paul, in fact, was a big advocate of this, but only in the last couple of years, and really only in the last 18 months since the sequester cuts have loomed have you seen this tension between small government anti-tax republicans and pro-defense republicans. it's really a sort of tug-of-war between their two interests. traditionally the anti-tax group wins that argument, but now i think we're seeing real pushback from defense republicans and democrats. >> governor, where do you think moderate, you know -- howard dean is pushing for these defense
very happy. paul jespe rson a perfect four for four. uva up 13, terps trying to stand up to howard. the dish to shaq clear. final minutes, 9-point deficit. evans inside to anderson, the montrose christian grad. he is fouled. anderson a 3-point play right here. maryland falls to virginia 80- 69. fourth straight losthe cavaliers. next up for the terps, duke next saturday. >>> the wizards infame outsidely started the season with a franchise first but with the season turning around, three straight wins over the clippers, nix, and nets, the first time the wizards have ever compiled three consecutive wins against teams above .500. lebron james, steve nash saying hello. kobe bryant spins, makes the circus shot plus the foul. he had a team high 28 points today. later in the third, dwyane wade alone, the reverse jam. wade with 30 points today. fourth quarter play of the game right here. kobe turns it over on the baseline. the heat up ahead. norris cole lobs to lebron james who throws it down. he had 32. fifth straight 30-point effort. that is a franchise effort. heat over the lakers 107-97.
to the harbor tunnel. as far as accidents go, 40 west at ingle side avenue. west cold spring at st. paul. east fayette at north central. also west north at north howard. let's take a live look. you can see we have very heavy traffic there. 50 eastbound at sandy point, heading towards the bridge. this traffic report is brought to you by the cochran firm. if you or someone you know has suffered a personal injury, call 1-800-the firm. or go to cochranfirm.com for your free consultation. >>> still ahead on eyewitness news at 4:00. fighting a.l.s. how o.j. brigants' struggle is helping in millions of dollars to search for a cure for the disease. a w lead for police in the search for missing conadian -- canadian tourist in california. >>> the morning after pill. a troubling study about the number of women using it. >>> bright skies and warmer temperatures. will the trend continue? meteorologist tim williams is updating your first warning weather forecast. >>> it's mostly surgy and -- sunny and 48 degrees in central maryland. a brawl breaks out in an orego
-up. a big game off the bench by paul jespersen. giving uva the lead. virginia wins, 80-69. amid all the past week's drama around dwight howard and his shoulder injury and kobe's public comments criticizing, the lakers played one of their best games in the season. at that did not even matter. fourth quarter, kobe bryant has it -- but then he takes it up court. the alley-oop for the game. enjoy this in slow motion. he could be the mvp again this year. he falls down with that jumper points to the scoreboard. the heat win, 107-97. jason kidd comes up with the steal. you know the rest. 53-pointers on the day. finished with 42 points. doing work in the lane. he put up 25 points, second game back from injury. after so many heart wrenching losses, the capitals finally showed they can come to life again. you specially against the conference. the goalie stopped 27 shots and shut out the florida panthers. he had four points and is continuing to crawl up. you cannot hang your hat on only one measure of success. you need to keep on going. they face florida yet again on tuesday and need to remember the po
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because he's from louisville, is not that popular. >> joy reid and howard fineman, thank you both for joining me tonight. >> thank you. >>> coming up, paul krugman joins me he to talk about whatever he wants. >>> and in the rewrite tonight, the england that oscar wild would not recognize. england has gone from throwing oscar wild in jail for a crime of homosexuality to this week's vote house of commons overwhelmingly voting for legalizing same-sex marriage. that's coming up. there's nothing better than salon color, full of beautiful highlights and lowlights. that's why nice'n easy builds dimension into every shade. so here's a challenge: love the gorgeous dimension of nice'n easy or we'll pay for a salon color. take the salon challenge, from nice'n easy. >>> our big yet tomorrow is paul krugman who will join me next. that's why i'm wearing the glasses. it makes me look smart. i'm talking like nobel prize winners. >>> and it turns out, begging works. you don't have to take my word for it. lynn marie sager posted on our facebook page, your begging worked. i have liked you for years
guru, literally, paul mcculley and former governor howard dean. >> europe's road to recovery. >> hello! >> hello! who is it? >> can the group of 30 get growth on track or are we destined for a long slog? >> what a strange person. >> and health care in the crosshairs. the looming cuts to medicare if congress fails to reach a debt agreement by the end of the month. the third hour of "squawk box" starts right now. >> welcome back to "squawk box" here on cnbc. first in business worldwide. i'm joe kernen. along with becky quick and andrew ross sorkin with us on set this morning. >> just won a grammy last night. >> i know they did. they used to be someone i thought was cool. because -- >> grammys -- >> have you unlessed that -- have you noticed that -- i got it, never mind. the grammys have an award. they're all the same but it's a big money-making complex. everybody that they want to promote will get some grammy because album of the year, song of the year, group of the year -- >> urban contemporary band of the year. -- vocalist, with a banjo, everybody wins a grammy, and then because it's t
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s. grants and william howard taft were wrestlers. one of our colleagues, the beloved, my friend, paul wellstone of minnesota was inducted in the national wrestling hall of fame in 2000. he said twet wrestling has always been a big thing for me. he said i've had a love affair with the sport most of ply my life. i got in some trouble, up found a sport i was good at and that transferred to better things in other areas in my life. the same is true for some 11,000 high school wrestlers and students at four universities with 17 n caa wrestling programs in my state. to high school meets like the renowned j.c. gorman invitational in mansfield to the ncaa tournament, sciewnts in ohio have egg learned the strength and discipline and focus that that allows grapplers to succeed. wrestling is accessible for working class athletes unlike some of the sports protected in the i.o.c.'s decision. it has a proud tradition in our state and in the united states and has a proud tradition around the world. the i.o.c. should not ratify this preliminary decision by its executive board, should continue it
. what will their slogan be? another century of southwest? but on our side we have paul ryan, nikki hailey, marco rubio, chris christie, jeb bush, susannah martinez, and more. who has the best opportunity to win that generational battle?" howard, five of those seven people, i think i'm counting right, are governors, and it would be really interesting to see where the gop goes. as we have discussed, the governors have more of a bipartisan approach to legislate and to policy and to governing. how does that translate to the republican party? >> to joy's point, what's interesting, is that the governor who's are really thinking about running for president are taking these rather extreme idealogical positions when it comes to issue like medicaid. if they're repositioning themselves towards the center, it's not necessarily the ones who will be running for president. they are very worried still about getting through the republican primary process, and if the republican primary process looks like it did last time four years from now, you will have another flawed, weak candidate coming out of
. >> and he's not going to repeat it. cuccinnelli can repeat it. paul ryan's not going to. >> gentlemen, let's talk about chuck hagel. i was surprised at how republicans threw another republican under the bus today, especially the exchange between mccain and chuck hagel. howard, what did you think of that? >> well, i think there's a lot of republican resentment about hagel. and i will say this. i think the administration, if they want to protect chuck hagel, they'd better come out and do it right away. i think he had a pretty rough time. unfairly so in many respects. he's talking about a new world that we know exists. you can beat up on chuck hagel all you want. i think the basic propositions that hagel is putting forth are probably pretty unassailable. but hagel himself was on the defensive a lot today. and if the administration really wants him, they'd better back him and they'd better back him really fast and furious. >> richard, i thought he showed a great deal of composure. really took the high road when he was being attacked. >> look, there's a lot of personal animus there from john mc
house correspondent and daily director and here on set, editorial director media group, howard fineman. >> and former kentucky reporter. >> then you would know. entitled karl rove is done. reads in part this. now comes the likes of senators such as ted cruz of texas and rand paul of ken tuck tow challenge him. smart, angry and aspect establishment conservatives who loathe the country club types and want to remake the parties in the isolationist in the antisocial welfare and anti-tax image, conservatives have the right to ask the roves of the world to ask what the gopers have done to limit the reach of government and enhance the libertarian view of the world. the answer to the rand pauls of the world is nothing. >> that was a long paragraph. >> and you take a guy like ted cruise, he went it a community college in texas or was it harvard? this rove ad suggests quite a few things. mitch mcconnell is concerned about ashley judd. >> he is concerned in general. he is a power here in washington and who i covered back when he was county judge in louisville. he has never been wildly popular in
pero el dia de hoy visitando a los celtics de boston,,, la historia fue muy distinta... parece que d.howard les trajo mala suerte,,,, kobe bryant puso 27 pts.,,,, paul pierce 24 a pesar de no tener a rondo... y los celtics ganaron 116 a 95... ===chroma key=== jf add lib outro topvo - blanca ---ultima pausa pero a continuacion, le tenemos video de un apartoso accidente entre un autobus escolar y una patrulla... segment ends
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